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. >> 100 years ago today rosa parks was born. she refused to give up her seat to a white passenger on a city bus in montgomery, alabama. an act of resistance that launch the modern-day civil rights movement. today, we spend the hour looking at her life. >> we have one of the most famous americans of the 20th- century treated like a children's book hero, not seen as being worthy of a substantive, scholarly treatment. that is what surprised me and continues to surprise me, the ways that we diminish her legacy by making it about a single day, a single act, as opposed to the rich and lifelong history of resistance that was actually who rosa parks was. >> we speak with historian jeanne theoharis, her new book, "the rebellious life of mrs. rosa parks." all that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the obama administration has granted itself the right to launch a pre-emptive strike on foreign targets. cyber attacks would be carried out, should the what has been the necessary, to prevent an imminent and dangerous attack fr
. -rosa should have called by now. i hope mr. brashov is all right. perhaps our phone is not working. well, it was worth a try. hello ? it's rosa. - oh, good. - what ? what does she say ? what ? mr. brashov is all right. they say he's had a mild heart attack. they say he's out of danger. what's that, rosa ? she said that he's already argued with two of the nurses. yes, that is a good sign. not if you're one of those nurses. can we visit him tonight ? rosa, are visitors allowed tonight ? she says no visitors until tomorrow. well, rosa tell mr. brashov that we wish him well... and that we'll be by to see him tomorrow. okay, bye, rosa. i am surprised we cannot visit him tonight. when my uncle was sick back home, friends and family stayed with him all night. we even brought him his meals. well i'm glad we don't have that system here. - why ? - we could go broke keeping victor's stomach full. i'll see you all tomorrow. let's clean up, then go home and get some rest. i am telling you, nurse, i am feeling much better now, so if you don't mind i would ke ttur
weekend with top nonfiction books and authors. booktv.org. >> jeanne three yo harris recounts rosa parks' political activism. she argues she is often only remembered for her bus arrest in montgomery, alabama, but her involvement in the civil rights movement was far more extensive. this is about an hour, five. >> good evening. my name is georgette norman, director of troy university rosa parks' museum. on behalf of the chancellor, the faculty, student body, i welcome you to our campus. i want to ask you a question. very glad you're here. how are you politicized? how are you acculture ated? want you to think about that. as we honor rosa parks' 100% birthday, we have -- 100th birthday, we have the honor of having with us to start this whole celebration off dr. jeannie theoharis who asked that question of rosa parks. what was behind that no? that no heard round the world? those little two letters that opened the floodgates of all those divergent streams into that one vast ocean. at the time that no carried with it great risk. risk in terms of gender, class and race. the question is, what is
are you acculturated? i want you to think about that. as they honor rosa parks a hundred earth day, we have the honor of having with us dr. jeanne theoharis, who asked the question of rosa parks. what was behind that? that no heard round the world. consider two letters that open the floodgates of mother's day vergence dreams into that one vast ocean. at the time risk in terms of gender, class and race. the question is, what it behind that kind of courage? one makes one take those stands and more importantly, what is the price paid for having done so? .your jeanne theoharis and to some of those questions and she writes it in her new book, "the rebellious life of mrs. rosa parks" "the rebellious life of mrs. rosa parks" was born and spent about six weeks and moved to milwaukee, wisconsin where she was raised. as professor of political science at brooklyn college. she's also profounder of educators for civil liberty. she's the author of numerous books on the civil rights movement and politics of race in the united state. including this co-author of school of thought, students talk back to
".com. >> jeanne theoharis recounts the life of rosa parks. she is most remembered for her bus arrest in montgomery, alabama. her involvement was far more extensive. this is about an hour and five minutes. >> good evening. on behalf of the chancellor and faculty, i welcome you to our campus. how are we culture he? on rosa parks 101st day, her birthday, the author explores the question of rosa parks. what was behind that? those that know her. .. what is the price paid for having done something? dr. jeanne theoharis answers some of those questions and she writes it in her new book "the rebellious life of mrs. rosa parks". jeanne theoharis was born in staten island six weeks ago and her family moved to milwaukee, wisconsin, where she was raised. she held the first chair in woman's studies and as professor of science at boca raton college, she is also co-founder of educators for civil liberty. she is the author of numerous books on the civil-rights movement and the politics of race in the united states including as co-author of schools suck:students talk back to the segregated nation and its failures o
>>> coming up, david tereshchuk on the lilongctivm of rosa parks, who would have been 100 years old next week. >>> also, judy valente reports on the city long known for its religious conservatism that spent all last year fostering interfaith understanding. >>> and sufi whirling dervishes at washington's smithsonian institution. >>> welcome. >>> welcome. i'm bob abernethy. it's good to have you with us. a dramatic developme this week the catholic church's sex abuse crisis. prominent retired cardinal roger mahony was stripped of his public and administrative church duties in los angeles amid widespread criticism of how he covered up allegations of child sex abuse by priests. l.a.'s current archbishop jose gomez took the unprecedented step as the archdiocese began releasing internal documents which revealed the extent to which mahony worked to protect the church from the abuse scandal. gomez said the behavr described in the files was "sad and evil." mahony has issued several apologies for his actions. advocates for sex abuse victims called this a largely symbolic move. but church exper
in the very same room. today we can thank rosa parks for making it happen. just take a look at this live picture as we speak, a dedication ceremony is getting under way in the u.s. capitol. it's for a statue honoring the won who refused to give up her seat on a city bus in alabama circa 1955. the nation's first african-american president is due to speak in about 40 minutes and you're going to hear from him live right here on cnn and you can follow the ceremony start to finish on cnn.com. all the dignitaries filing into the capitaocapitol. by the werek it will be a houseful with congressional leaders who will join the president. this is a big deal too. while there are many statues in the capitol there are almost none that are a congressional effort so to speak. many private funds feature statues. this is something congress has done for one of the most important women in american history. >>> but we're going to start with multitudes staying good-bye to a pope. he gives up and resigns the leadership of the roman catholic church. this last hurrah of the benedict, it comes -- benedict xvi com
started the broadcast, the civil rights struggle in this country. rosa parks became a huge figure in her own modest way when she took her seat on a montgomery, alabama bus in 1955. she couldn't know then that over a half century later her statue would be unveiled in the u.s. capitol. nbc's kelly o'donnell was there. >> ladies and gentlemen, the statue of rosa parks. >> reporter: history lived and history made. >> rosa parks' singular act of disobedience launched a movement. >> reporter: until today, until rosa parks, no african-american woman has ever been honored in this way. a statue among the nation's war heroes and presidents. >> ms. parks, alone in that seat, clutching her purse, staring out a window. waiting to be arrested. >> reporter: montgomery, alabama, 1955. on a segregated bus, parks took a stand, determined that she would remain seated, refusing the driver's order to make way for a white customer. her cause helped change the course of a long civil rights struggle. a legacy richly documented and carried on by a friend who was there. >> i admired this woman. i loved her. becau
they were basically on vacation. >> host: rosa parks civil rights leader and activist will be commemorated in a statue unveiled today in the capital. here now to tell us more about the sculpture and processes eugene dog. >> good morning, thank you. >> host: tell us how you were selected to create this piece the sculpture of rosa parks? >> guest: i'm sorry repeat that. >> host: how were you when your firm selected to create the sculpture? >> guest: it was decided by the nea and it was a national competition and i believe there were over 150 entries and then it was narrowed down to five finalists. those five finalists competed and that is how we ended up getting it. >> this will be in statuary hall in the capitol building. i am learning from the l.a. times the first full-size statue of an african-american in the capital collection in more than 180 statues. what did it mean to you to create a? >> first of all it's the first african-american woman in statuary hall in the resident capital and century hall and i think is one other in the capital. but it is a tremendous honor and privilege to hav
at the unveiling of a statue of civil rights pioneer rosa parks, the first of an african-american woman to stand in the capitol statuary hall. parks became an icon in 1955 after refusing to vacate her seat to a white passenger on a bus in montgomery, alabama. that act of defiance resulted in her arrest and a bus boycott led by a pastor named martin luther king. not far from the capital the supreme court is hearing arguments on a key provision on whether the 1965 voting acts law has outlived its productivity it is considered one of the most effective and powerful civil rights statutes in american history. in the high court bulls eye is section five which requires nine states with a history of discrimination to clear any proposed change in voting rules with the federal government. it also partially covers districts in seven other states. the act was reauthorized in 2006. democrats from the hill held a news conference late this morning on the steps of the court to call for section five to be upheld. >> we still need section five and that is why we're here today standing up for the voting rights of
bank. year clear . >> i have a bigger concern about black ice in the north bay at napa and santa rosa at 30 degrees but santa rosa has visibility to three quarters of a mile so be careful on the bridges and overpasses it could be slick. this afternoon, we have sunshine and temperatures in the low-to-mid 60's but the coast is upper 50's with a few clouds. our two warmest days are ahead of us, thursday and friday, mid-60's to 70 and not bad on saturday. high clouds and sunshine and low 60's at the coast and upper 60's for the rest of us. >> looking at clearing any moment san francisco southbound 101, an accident much earlier this morning blocking the right lane and in the clearing phases with an injury involving a taxi and a mustang and one person taken to the hospital. again final clearing stages. a new accident in daly city north skyline boulevard the on-ramp could be shut down to north 101 to get emergency crews and back to the ways app we had a sig-alert but that is lifted and the backup remains southbound 680 to pleasanton and 84 back to livermore so, still, a slow-go area. a san j
declares the house next to the the statue of rosa parks is being unveiled. house speaker john boehner among the speakers. it's been under way for a few minutes. live coverage here on c-span. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, the assistant democratic leader of the united states house of representatives, the honorable james clyburn. [applause] >> thank you. thank you. mr. president, speaker boehner, leader pelosi, leaders reid and mcconnell, friends and colleagues, ladies and gentlemen, this is a good time and a great place to honor the most honorable woman. this year marks the 150th anniversary of the signing of the emancipation proclamation which jump-started a march to freedom for many who while in servitude built this great edifice. this year is also the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. our quest for human dignity. rosa parks, the first lady of civil rights, the mother of the movement, the saint of an endless struggle, however one wishes to refer to her, this statue, forever ordains rosa parks as an icon of our nation's struggles to live out its declaration that we are all c
dedicated stature statue of rosa parks in the u.s. capital. the first african-american to be honored that way. congress authorized the statue in 2005 shortly after she died. we will show you that ceremony in a few moments after a short talk with the statue sculptor. >> host: rosa parks civil rights leader and activist will be commemorated in a statute that will be unveiled today in the capital. here now to tell us more about the sculpture in the process is eugene delp. good morning and thanks for talking to us. tell us how you are selected to create this piece. the sculpture of rosa parks. >> i'm sorry ,-com,-com ma repeat that. >> host: how were your firm selected to create the structure? >> guest: it was decided by the nah or the nea, i'm sorry and it was a national competition. i believe there were over 150 entries and then it was narrowed down to five finalists. those five finalists competed and that is how we ended up getting it. >> host: this will be in statuary hall in the capitol building paradigm reading from the l.a. times and it says the first full-size statue of an africa
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at temperatures warmer than yesterday but for santa rosa where we are the same. all right, no fumbling of the forecast this morning, with temperatures around 38 in santa rosa, 39 in napa and everyone else is in the 40's until oakland and san francisco, and fremont in the 50's and look at half moon bay, 63 degrees. that is warmer than the average high for this time of year. as we head south to the monterey bay we will have temperatures there also in the 40's and 50's. now, today, we are going to dip down to 39 inland, mid-40's to 50 around the bay and the coast and we will all be in the 60's by noon and up to 70's this afternoon and a nice evening, too, in the lower to upper 50's. tomorrow is one of the warmest days mid-60's to low 70's and a cooling will take us down into the mid-50's to upper 50's at coast and mid-60's for the rest of us. >> good morning, everyone. everything is looking good just one problem spot near antioch westbound for the ramp to northbound 160 on the approach to the antioch bridge, a big rig lost the road. c.h.p. is trying to get whatever that is that is lost, b
tomorrow. and they spoke briefly at the unveiling of the rosa parks statue here on capitol hill wednesday, but if the faces of the president and house speaker john boehner during a conversation are any indication, compromise is not in their sights. now, new numbers out from the congressional budget office at the nonpartisan group show under the plan the white house supports, the deficit would actually increase for the first two years before it starts shrinking. anne-marie? >> susan, before you go a quick question. if and when these cuts go into effect, is there any way back? >> certainly they're not permanent. they can cut it today by passing legislation. they can draft legislation to reverse the cuts, restore the funding all or in part. >> susan mcginnis in washington, thank you. >>> well as early as today the senate judiciary commission may vote on four separate gun measures including a ban on assault weapons. yesterday the commission heard emotional testimony from a father of one of the victims of the connecticut school shooting. bigad shaban reports. >> reporte
't order this. they're from mr. brashov. rosa's famous coffee cake, on the house. that's very nice of you, but i'm afraid we can't accept it. oh, please, i insist. sorry, it's against department policy. oh. i can understand that. put it on our bill. i think my partner hasn't eaten in about a month. as you wish. i hope you will visit us often. mmm. you've got a deal. - hi, everybody. - aren't you supposed to be in school ? - i'm showing my grandparents where the bus stop is. - where are they going ? - to the senior citizens' center for flu shots. - that's a long bus ride. i know. my mother wanted me to go with them before school. i overslept. i don't have time. - do you think they'll be all right ? - yeah, i think so. - i'm giving them directions. - you're giving them directions ? yeah. plus, they've got a map. - nice to meet you. - hello. they don't speak much english. excuse me. i would like you to meet henry chang. you'll probably see him on his bicycle riding around making deliveries. henry, this is detective anderson. police. nice to meet you.
mile still in santa rosa. clouds are thicker along the coast to five mile visibility at half moon bay. everyone else is okay. we will have hazy conditions, with fog through 7:00, mid-30's to low 40's. and nearly 60 by noon and low-to-mid 60's this afternoon, and very comfortable evening with temperatures in the low-to-mid 50's. kristen? >> thank you. new this morning, california can make it tougher for minors to use new technology behind the wheel. now, drivers are banned from using smartphones while driving and are banned from using hand's free device. a proposed law will go a step further expanding the ban to cover all electronic wireless communications devices which would include touch screen navigation systems and other blue tooth technology. >> electric car company defends itself for a negative review of the new model s sedan with shares down 2 percent yesterday to $38 a share following a review in the "new york times" over the weekend. the review details how the model s failed to meet the stated 300 mile range in cold temperatures. the c.e.o. is dismissing the article accusing t
pulling away from the coast. we still have the fog to contend with mostly up 101 from novato santa rosa. temperatures right now are in the mid 30's, so, black ice is not a concern but something to watch the next hour to hour and a half as we have not reached our lows just quite yet. inland we can be around 32 for lows to 35. sunshine this afternoon and up to 66 and a calm evening at 46 to 54. you need a coat. >> we have a sig-alert southbound 680, traffic is backing and you can see by the app there is a sig-alert, three lanes blocked, one lane is getting by. i want to show you a picture posted by a wave spotter with the traffic and a big rig here and lots of bumper-to-bumper traffic and that is happening here. elsewhere, in san francisco, we have another severe accident and that is at 101 and 280 in san francisco and that is also a problem with emergency crews on the scene and in san jose, 280 at 680101 first reports of an accident, two lips -- lanes there, left lanes blocked. >> santa clara residents are back at home after the bomb squad found explosives in a neighbor's house. he is be
area we talked about yesterday still has fog, santa rosa at half mile visibility. and temperatures in some area, there could be records, concord at 71 and napa at 70. more 60's closer to the coast but that is warmer-than-average, too. now, extended through the holiday weekend, tomorrow, a lot like day, maybe one or two more clouds and temperatures cool on sunday and in the 50's on the coast and mid-60's for the rest of us and mid-60's on the coast for monday. but dry all three days. sue? >> happy friday. we are checking back, now, in hair, the off-ramp from southbound area is slowing through hayward through 880. and an accident car hit a center decide and flipped to the left lane and c.h.p. is on the scene with possible slowing. solo spinout on skyline boulevard southbound is still in the lanes. good news for westbound 4, the ramp to north 680, approaching the antioch bridge has been cleared of the big rig and debris. >> it is 6:11. new this morning, the palo alto unified school district is getting $20 million to renovate a school and it is coming from an anonymous donor. the donat
to not be blasted by cold weather or fog. there is a little bit up around santa rosa but that is it. big story today, compared to average our temperatures are going to be three to eight degrees warmer than average as we hit the mid-60's to low 70's. here is the visibility in santa rosa, 1.75 miley mile. it is not dangerous. we are clear, though, and 39 inland, and in the mid-40's to near 50 from the bay to the coast through 7:00 and a quick warming today, a great afternoon, if you kickoff early and get the tennis or golf in, low-to-mid 60's, listened at noon and the upper 60's to 70's by 4:00 and a there evening. tonight will be a nice evening, maybe celebrate valentine's day a day later like me and the wife. our warmest day, temperatures tomorrow in the mid-60's and the coast and low 70's, and we will drop into the mid 60's by sunday and low 60's away from the coast by monday. have a good day. >> nice commute on 80 westbound beyond university avenue to emeryville. early road work is all clear with headlights but it is moving the scene limit and looking good. here is what it looks like funneled into
santa rosa. little breezy in santa rosa this morning. 50 for oakland outside the door. 49 mountain view. afternoon highs for today upper 50s, low 60s, 61 santa rose a. we will be clearing out so i expect mostly sunny skies, 60 concord, down in to the south bay around 60 degrees. 61 loss gatos. the extended forecast, a warmer day tomorrow. once the ridge moves back n the winds will lighten up as well. not as strong for tomorrow afternoon. tomorrow looks to be the better day to be outside but today not so bad. into monday, tuesday, wednesday we don't budge a lot. in to the last week of february we are dry. if you are going to the new year parade i will have the outlook of your temperatures. >> breaking news to report on the east coast. the massachusetts institute of technology is on lockdown after a man with a rifle was seen in a building, several law enforcement agencies have responded to the campus in cambridge massachusetts. mit officials are telling students and workers to stay inside and report suspicious activity to campus police. we will have more of course on this breaking story
wolf, joe ma dayson, thank you for your time tonight. >> ahead, honoring the legacy of rosa parks. what the president told me about this. and about his fight to finish the struggle for civil rights. plus, you won't believe what the gop's last savior, the latest savior, ted cruz is saying about president obama. he's totally crossing the line. and look out. rush limbaugh's quote. ashamed of america. folks, he may have finally lost it. big show tonight on msnbc. stay with us. ♪ it's a longs walk to d.c., but i've got my walking shoes: i can't take a plane, bus or train because my money ain't that long ♪ ♪ we believe ♪ we believe ♪ that you love us still ♪ so i'm going under to wipe away my tears ♪ [ coughs ] [ angry gibberish ] i took something for my sinuses, but i still have this cough. [ male announcer ] a lot of sinus products don't treat cough. they don't? [ male announcer ] nope, but alka seltzer plus severe sinus does it treats your worst sinus symptoms, plus that annoying cough. [ breathes deeply ] ♪ oh, what a relief it is! [ angry gibberish ] so i used my citi tha
. somewhat of a north offshore breeze, there is that 10 miles per hour to the north at santa rosa, they had enough of a breeze in some of the higher elevations and look at the snow on the backside of that, it turns to a cold rain and severe weather all the way to north carolina so it is a whopper. some of the higher he will evacuations, nothing outrageous but it will be warmer today with that north wind, even out towards brentwood, gilroy 66 pleasanton 65 and it is going ting a sunny and mild warm day. >>> the snowstorm that slammed texas and the mid-plains is moving to the upper midwest. >> we declared a state of emergency for kansas city council missouri, we tried to -- kansas city missouri. >> reporter: the blizzard brought -- blizzard brought hurricane force winds and trapped drivers on the highway for more than nine hours. kansas suffered two feet of snow overnight. airlines have canceled 1,400 flights. it will hit to the upper midwest and bring snow to buffalo and northern new england. >>> a new report shows we could be in trouble when it comes to the state's water supply. we will loo
is thicker in the north. santa rosa and novato and all of 101 half mile visibility so be careful. a few clouds near the coast but half moon bay visibility is seven. further to the south it could be lower but everyone else is starting off with a clear sky this morning. temperature running from 35 inland to the low 40's and the bay and the coast and notice how quickly we get to the upper 50's to 60 for lunch time and hang on the low-to-mid 50's through the afternoon with total sunshine. the only drawback if you are at the beach, it will be breezy. we will see all stars during 7:00 hours with temperatures in the low-to-mid 50's. we will be near 70's in many areas on thursday and friday. sue has the commute update. >> good morning, everyone. back, now, to the daly city area southbound 280, an accident is blocking the left lane of traffic there as you make your way southbound. 880, there was an accident partly blocking the off ranch but not too much slowing at this hour. there is road work southbound 101 moving beyond the ramp there, there is road work in the lanes until 6:00 this morning. a
:00 observations, less than quarter mile in novato and 1.5 mime in santa rosa. be careful around novato and neighbors north and south to san rafael and petaluma, the 101 corridor will be foggy during the commute. everyone else is okay, clear and temperatures running in the mid-30's inland and low 40's for the rest of us through 7:00. toward noon, you need the sunglasses for lunch in the mid-to-upper 50's and comfortable temperatures in the afternoon hours and dropping to clear sky in the low-to-mid 50's by 7:00. stretching the forecast into the weekend, you can see tomorrow for valentine's day it will be sunny, mid-to-upper 60's and the warmth system possibly up to 70 on sunday, and low 60's on saturday at the coast and upper 60's for the rest of us and finally a chance of showers in the forecast coming up in a few minutes with the accweather seven-day outlook. sue? >> back to a new location for southbound 680 accident being reported that on on the app showing three lanes are blocked. you can see the road looks as if it is not backed up. that is southbound 680. and will also, another ac
. with a dense fog your only seen three tenths of a mile in santa rosa, nothing in nevado. for miles around as f o. i checked with the faa and we do not have any flight delays to talk about for now but that could certainly be a possibility. keep that in mind if you're picking someone up from the airport. it is cold out there, we are below the freezing mark and santa rosa. 42 hayward, 33 livermore. into the afternoon, 60s to go round. temperatures spot on compared to yesterday. temperatures are around average of redwood city 64, 63 santa clara. it will be a nice day in the east bay. 64 fairfield in concord, 62 pleasanton. downtown san francisco 64, its 62 nevado. 7 day around the bay forecast highlights or whether in the warming trend really picks up as we head into valentine's day. it will be the perfect weather to be outdoors potentially for a picnic. friday temperatures are still flirting with the 70 degree mark. saturday and sunday temperatures of little bit cooler. rain in the forecast is right around next tuesday. >> we are not currently tracking any hot spots. bay bridge is not such a bad
to temperatures in the 20s across the interior valley. santa rosa with 28, napa 29, and livermore at 31 and san jose getting down to the mid 30s. what we have happening is on much cold air, the jet stream pushing to the south and the overnight chill is not going anywhere. by 11:00 p.m. tonight, temperatures will be in the 30s and 6:00 a.m. tomorrow, we will expect low to mid 30s in the interior valleys of the north bay. we will detail how long the cold nights will last and what our chances will be of any kind of rainfall in the seven-day forecast coming up. >> see you in a bit, thank you, jeff. construction crews cut in a gas line this morning causing a san francisco neighborhood to evacuate, it happened at the corner of 24th and bryant street. in the mission district. pg&e was at the scene. pg&e had to dig up the area around the line to turn off the gas and stop the leak. it took them a couple of hours to complete the repairs and restore service. >> also the north beach neighborhood is finally drying out. for most of the day, it was a wet mess. a water main break flooded the intersection. nea
. they will connect san rafael to santa rosa. but they reveal the train's passenger seats failed the crash test last week. during one test simulating a 25 mile per hour crash, one of the backseats bent back. smart officials say the seats will be resigned this month. >>> no more snow for today, but we are settling in for a cold night. sand jaw patel is here with -- sandhya patel is here with our weather. >> let's check out live doppler 7hd and the skies are pretty clear across the bay area. as we show you a live picture from our high definition roof camera you can see the ferry building and the bay bridge and visibility is good. temperatures are falling. 47 in san francisco and in san jose it is 43 degrees in petaluma. bundle up when you head out the door. i'll be back with a look at your low temperatures and a look at weather in this dry pattern. carolyn? >> thanks. >>> a remarkable exhibit showcasing the life and legacy of china's first emperor opens at the asian art museum in san francisco. the hope is this opportunity to view one of theeatest greatet archaeological discoveries of our time will al
. and 62 degrees in santa rosa. now looks like as we head throughout the afternoon plenty of sunshine all the way to the coastline. mostly clear tonight with those offshore winds. and it looks like it's going to be a dry weekend but probably not quite as warm especially into sunday. that's when we are likely going to see a sea breeze pick up once again and temperatures will drop off. temperatures in the low to mid- 60s this time of year. nine degrees above average in san francisco and about 69, 73 in san jose and about 70 in santa rosa so you get the idea working on a great day ahead. this is probably the peak of the heat as the high pressure is overhead. that's when these temperatures start to warm up. it will be a very nice day today and a mild weekend indeed. warm temperatures all around the bay area. even out at the coastline. today looking very nice outside. the temperatures expected to pop up as high as 37 degrees in san jose. about 68 in half moon bay. 70 in hayward. east bay temperatures looking very nice, as well. let's plan on 69 in live
forecast. we'll start cloudy and rebound with sunshine. it is 36 in santa rosa, 48 in san francisco. so light jacket will be necessary, but as we head throughout the day on thursday, you can see this is not jacket weather by the afternoon. a lot of your car thermometers are going to read 73 to 76, they read a little armer than the ambient air temperature. 65 in san francisco, and you're getting into 70 from santa rosa. on the three day forecast, we keep that forecast all the way through friday, if you suffer from allergies, here is the good news. cloud cover increases on monday. that's what we want to see in the weather department, and by tuesday a chance of showers late in the afternoon, and by wednesday, early indications that we could have a half inch to one inch of rainfall. >> we need it, yes. >> i know, it's been so bad -- >> watch out this air. >> it will be good for us. >>> a woman who would not take a back seat more than 50 years ago, today received a prominent place of honor in the u.s. capital. president obama and congressional leaders came together to unveil a nine foot stat
to bring to our attention that february 4th was the 1 hundred birthday of rosa parks. and i think we will be voting on a reduction today to recognize rosa parks. the other thing i want to speak today, i am the board representative for the retirement system when is dedicated to the trust act as well as distributing benefits. i want to shed some light on this process. first it is the policy it's a long-standing policy of this board to engage within a company and our ability to use our proxy to appeal to their human night and second to promote social rights and interests and third being investment restrictions and that's the selling off of our assets. we do have a policy from south african doing investments also in ireland. so i want to let supervisor to let you know on the requirement board we're going to be working together. and last month we made a request to adopt president obamas policy on how we're investing our money on firearms. it looks like the board is on the same track of thinking as the members of this chamber. thank you very much for your time >> mr. president, seeing no
good windchills. livermore and santa rosa reporting windchills in the 20s. it's cold for some but a dry forecast this week. you get a good look at that offshore right there. everything going off the coast. that means temperatures anywhere from 30s almost upper 20s to near 50. that 50 is half-moon bay with an offshore breeze. santa rosa 31. that puts their windchill 27. and livermore 26 with an east wind. you can see some of the north wind at napa 8. fairfield north. northeast at oakland. gives you an idea of what is going on. temperatures once they get going will warm up. the warmest temps will be coast and bay or santa rosa which benefits from that north wind. sunny and breezy today. a cold, cold morning. 50s and 60s. low to mid. in fact, this may be the coolest day of the week. we will see warmer temps kick in on tuesday and carry us right probably into friday. pretty good fine line here. each day temps will be warming up here. high pressure sets in on the west coast. over all it looks like a quiet pattern. >>> time now 6:10. bracing for a doctor shortage here in california. what is c
. 35 degrees in concord. 34 in santa rosa. 46 in san francisco. and 34 degrees in livermore. high pressure system no threat of rainfall today and for the foreseeable future. just a strong dominant ridge. the jet stream staying well to the north will keep us dry and these temperatures very mild as we head toward the afternoon. averages today in the 50s and 60s maybe a little above average in santa rosa, about 64 degrees. about 62 in consumer report. 62 in santa monica. we'll talk about that coming up. >> we have an accident through the santa cruz mountains fortunately just so early and traffic is so light across the stretch of northbound 17 not much of a delay. one lane is blocked northbound 17. sounds like it's approaching that idylwild road exit so again heads up heading into san jose. in the next 40 minutes they are activating the metering lights which they set up last week on northbound 280ics 6 to 10 a.m. through downtown san jose finally being activated this morning. here's a look across the golden gate bridge where not too many cars on th
is below average for everybody including santa rosa which is 93%, san francisco 86% and we were doing so well until january hit. san jose 7.99, ironically you can find a lot more in the old rain gauge than that but everybody is below average now. low pressure to the south, heading towards phoenix there will be a lot of delays in spring training games. napa and santa rosa some upper 20s and this is a very cold dynamic system, windy at times, temperatures 50s and very low 60s may just briefly touch and it can help santa rosa and it will be a cool day, average high is 60 to 65 and yesterday was upper 40s so well below average, we will slowly climb back, cool and breezy and we go to the weekend. >>> does pg&e oh you money? investigators say they have been overcharged. >>> it has become the center of controversial, we will explain -- it has become the center of controversy. we will explain. >>> heading up to the tunnel walnut creek and oakland looks good and we will tell you more about the traffic and weather in the bay area. [ announcer 1 ] today's business travel challenge: redeeming a rewa
celebration puts it all in the past, right, when the actual rosa parks keeps working on racial and social justice issues all the way up to the end of her life. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> brown: the man picked to lead the central intelligence agency was called today to defend his positions in the war on terror. john brennan's senate confirmation hearing revolved around several hotly debated policies. "newshour" congressional correspondent kwame holman has our report. >> reporter: even before the hearing got truly under way, protesters from
conditions tonight. light winds in the four cast. 34 in santa rosa and vallejo. mid '30's and fairfield. 43 in oakland. into the afternoon plenty of 60s. santa rosa 65. 64 for oakland. the same for redwood city. lows '60s for pleasanton and fremont. 64 in san jose. 64 in sunnyvale. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights big changes. thursday into friday a lot of highs flirting with the 70 degree mark. >> mornings would not be as chilly. inland lows will be into the low '40's. >> we will keep upper 60s around transitioning into the weekend. >> starting the next work weeks we will add more clouds to the forecast. the numbers will start to cool. the best chance for showers are now tuesday in to wednesday. >> this could be a wet one. we will have more details on what to expect next week in my next report. >> in the meantime however, let us look at traffic. no hot spots. >> overnight road work at the bay bridge toll plaza. flashing lights leads to the toll plaza however, fast track and cash payments are fine. >> the san mateo bridge no problems to alert you to. the drive 12 minu
of around the bay. santa rosa is under the yellow where we could see the seventies. >> 2:00 p.m. upper 60s for most of us. that includes the east bay east shore line, and the mid peninsula. the south bay spots, los gatos, morgan hill will see seventies. >> 8:00 p.m. tonight sixties and fifties for most of us. >> to the afternoon highs it will be a fantastic day. >> 74 sunny bell campbell los gatos 69 expected in milpitas. sunshine and blue skies. 71 in fairfield. 67 for vallejo a degree warmer in walnut creek. >> mild weather for the city. 74 santa rosa. 69 in oakland. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights big changes. we will continue to be warm for the next couple of days. a cold front will drop down from north to south by tuesday in to wednesday. >> that will bring light rain. potentially a half inch. the cold air will settle into the bay area. bringing temperatures down. >> more cloud cover by the middle of next week. we had significant changes in your forecast over the next seven days. >> in the traffic center no hot spots. we do have a fog advisory in effect for you
:00 observations are in at fairfield, still freezing at 31 and other cool spots are santa rosa and novato and livermore at 34, and 23 at -- 35 at concord, and 40 at san jose and san francisco is the warm spot at 46 with freezing cold in gilroy at 32 but ten degrees warmer in santa cruz. sunny and mild this afternoon. mostly clear and cool nights on the way. we will be warmer than average in the afternoon we will fall back to normal temperatures and 70-degrees high likely away from the coast thursday and friday. oakland will be 68 and same for santa rosa. and cooler spots are only 63 including san jose, livermore, concord and antioch and fairfield and san rafael. to the monterey bay, 61, and mid-60's around the bay and headed inland. now, tonight, possibility fog out there again, very isolated as the air dries out during the overnight hours and mid-30's to low 40's in most areas and san francisco is 45 degrees. here is what happened while you were sleeping, two areas of high pressure dominating our weather and the ridge will remain strong all week. we will see how far we can crank the ther
the bay area. that was good enough to drop temperatures to 28 in santa rosa. also 31 in livermore with 34. numbers dropping into the 40s across the peninsula. 49 now in palo alto. we'll let you know how cold it will get in a few minutes. >>> also, say cheese. it's picture day at spring training. some of the giants have a whole new look. >>> and then first in the nation. how stanford is once again setting itself apart from other universities. >> reporter: i'm kimberly tere live in san jose where security cameras in cars are becoming more popular and not just for the obvious reasons. that story coming up. >>> private eyes are watching you. the bay area seeing an increase in the number of personal surveillance cameras. we're talking about on everything from front porches to dashboards and the reasons vary. kimberly terre is live with the details for us. kimberly? >> reporter: jessica, police, as you know, have been using dash cams for years to record their traffic stops, but now more people are buying them and using them for security and surveillance. they're the reason we have so many spect
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